Curiously Kentish Delicatessen and Café
Opened in response to fans of the sea front restaurant 'The Minnis' wanting to buy the home cured produce for which it is renowned.
In addition to selling its own, salted, smoked, brined and pickled meats, fish and seafood plus salads, deli accompaniments, sauces, Curiously Kentish will also sell the best artisan foods produced in Kent, including cheese, pasta, rice, sauces, speciality oils, vinegars, syrups, herbs and a host of delicatessen fine foods
Set on the former Café Bee site, the new venture is also open all day for breakfast and lunch, snacks or just coffee.
The typical traiteur dish is Slow Cooked Confit Duck Leg and Curiously Kentish Treacle Cured Bacon, with Sauerkraut, Sweet Buttered Carrots, Parsley Potatoes and Duck Jus, which with a glass of wine or soft drink cost just £10.
One night each month Jason and Kevin will be hosting the ‘Freedman and Faux Supper Club’, when the pair will create impromptu dishes as the mood takes them, with fresh, seasonal ingredients, which with only four tables, promise to be sell out, intimate affairs